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4 July 17, „ 1948 Ma**n City Globc-Gai^Ut, MM»B City; 1». Clear Lake Briefs Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Chapin, Los Angeles, Cal., are visiting the latter's sister, Miss Elma Brose, and other relatives. Jerry Quint, Molinc, 111., is spending .a few weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. H. E. Doescher, and Mr. Doescher. Free dance, V. F. W., Sat. nite, Wayne Pringle's Orch. Members and guests. Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet at the Lake cafe Monday evening for dinner at 6:45. The program will be given at the William. Burchhardt cottage. Mmes. Burchhardt and L. B. Schwietert are the July committee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meyers and family have moved from the Dr. A. B. Phillips apartments, 1174 S. 4th street, to the Roy Petersen residence, 508 N. East street. Mrs. Meyers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Ferguson, are staying on at the Phillips apartment. Want to Rent: Apt. or house for family of 4 on or before Sept. 1. J. H. Bailey. Ph. 217-W. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Larson drove to Eldon, Mo., Thursday to take their daughter, Mrs. W. L. Baskett, and Karen and Carolyn, to the Baskett home. They had been at the Larson, home *a few weeks. Mr, Baskett was here for a weekend. Mrs. Zed Rule and children, Zed, Jr., Floy, Charlene and Rodell, Saginaw, Mich., left Thursday after visiting her brothers, si'sters, relatives and friends at Thornton, Britt and Clear Lake. Enroute home they will visit Mrs. Rule's brother, Gerhard, at Fredricksburg. This is Mrs. Rule's first visit back in 11 years. A Floy reunion was held in her honor Sunday at State park. Mrs. Emil Finer will entertain Rachel circle of the Zion Lutheran aid in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Lincoln Township Farm Bureau will meet at the home of Willard Fulghum, Jr., Tuesday evening at 8:30. Saturday noon it looked like an easy win in the big fish contest as the only fish registered since Sunday morning was a 4J pound large mouth bass caught Sunday by R. M. Swenson, Iowa Falls. The week was to end at midnight Saturday and the prize is $5 in trade at the Wilcox furniture store. Junior Chamber of Commerce meets at Randy's for dinner at 7:15 Monday evening. The board meets at 6:30. The Rev. L. E. Barrett of the Gospel Tabernacle church was scheduled to give the Sunday school lesson preview over KGLO Sunday morning at 7:30. Clear Lake Globe-Gazette Fish Economical Family Fare Globe-Gazette Photo Decorations of Chivalry Are Pinned on 24 Clear Lake—The decoration v pf chivalry was conferred on 5 men and 19 women by Gordon Wheeler, general commanding, Flagstaff, Ariz., and Maj. Gen. Saver- ide (R* Harlan, at P. M. park Thursday evening. Those participating in the event were First Lady Nettie Hardy, Hampton 2nd Lady Hazel Schaller, Des Moines; 3rd Lady Ada Woods Des Moines; 4th Lady Ruth Lammert, Waterloo, and Jewel Beare Vivian Nelson, Clear Lake, also several uniformed men and worn ^ to have them placed on activity. trucks for the trip. The Clear Lake Lions club b ponsoiea tne en. Receiving the decorations wer R. J. Nelson, E. L. Sayer, K. L Stokka, Howard Reynolds, Georg Jewell, Gertrude Roberts, Alesi Slocum, Katie Fessenden, Marga , ret Hurley, Doris McClannahan " Sell Tickets to Barn Dance = rolic Aug. 7 Clear Lake—The advance sale of tickets for the Barn Dance Proiic to be staged Aug 7 in connection with Governbr's Days celebration, opened at the Park Corner Saturday and was to con- ' tinue there through Sunday. Monday the tickets will be available also at the Chamber of Commerce office and at other business places about town. Only 800 are available and these entitle the holder to a reserved, seat the night of Aug. 7 at the lake front or, in case of rain, at the high school auditorium. The holder may also attend the broadcast by Eddie Scofield and his orchestra at 6:45. The program will be broadcast direct from Clear Lake stage over WHO, Des SEA FOOD SUGGESTED TO EASE WDGETING Many homemake.-s are Undine lhal. serving Jteh once or prep.rin soon garden tomato. Moines. Mae Irvine, Mary Anderson, Caroline Dunham, Eliza Yanney, Frankie Phearman, Ethel Newton, Shirley Oleson, Mabel Clark, Ada Reecle, Iva Gatchel, Belle Quin- us, Luclla Bruhns and Bessie 3ough. Hold "Tip Day" The grand march and dancing ollowed the ceremonies. The sum of $56.47 was collected from "Tip Day." The department council held its final session Friday morning and Maj. Gen. John A. Woods, department commander, was votec the grand decoration. It will be presented at sovereign grand lodge at St. Paul in September. Lady Ada Woods, chairman o the improvements committee anc newly installed president, anc Lady Leone Stokka, junior pas president, visited the departmen council and presented §50 to th council and more than $800 to th chairman of the men's improve mcnt committee, R. J. Nelson, t be used in modernizing the dor . , On the evening of Aug. 8 the Melody Time Revue will be stag- d Tickets for this feature are ot yet on sale. In the afternoon f 'that day the boys who partici ated in the races at Fort Dpdg .his weekend will stage a loca vent to be known as the Lion lub Hilltop Derby. mitory. Officers Installed eign grand lodge to meet in September. General " '"-^ £"V~wVi rip-n- T -ike chief mint Council at P. M. park, Clear Lake, this week. Col. R. J. Nelso n, Cle,.Lake emu of staff, was in charge of the 24 men who termed an aisle dcmn which Maj. fcui. Jmm A. Woods, department commander of Iowa, e -^l£l^ILjlIl!I™ Lake Sailors Win in TuneupsatOkoboji Clear Lake—Clear Lake sailors dominated the tuneup races in the Lake Okoboji invitational regatta there this weekend. In the C class Jim Brown was first, "Chuck" Crane 2nd, David Butler 3rd, Bill and Bonnie Nicholas 4th and Bob Replogle 5th. In the X's Dick Brown was first, Walter Doyle 2nd, Tom Swale 3rd and Davidson of Okoboji 4th. Several of the Clear Lake sailors went to Okoboji Thursday to get in a little practice. Parents and friends went Saturday to see the main events Saturday and Sunday. Ralph Replogle is commodore of the Clear Lake club. "DID WONDERS FOR MY PILES," WRITES 10WAN Ladies of the Decoration closed their sessions Friday morninf with reports of committees an election of officers. Mrs. Margaret Orr, Iowa Cit was elected and installed pres dent- Mrs. Rose Woodruff, Waterloo, vice president; Mrs. Ethel Elling. Hampton, recording secretary Mrs. Doris Dicrcks, Mason Citv' financial secretary, and Mrs Half PEACE PLATE tomatoes, grilled in the broiler, are the companions of avory baked fish fillets for a Friday meal that takes advantage of the thrifty price on fish. Just take a look at your grocery advertisements—if you need con- !of time for gardening or taking care of the lawn. Be sure to bring in some carrots, green pepper, onions and potatoes from the garden, to cut fine and cook in the soup stock until just-tender. Add sandwiches, fruit salad and a bev- Dancing Girls to Be Feature Clear Lake—One of the outstanding features of the lavish stage production "Melody Time Revue" to be staged at Clear Lake for the annual Governor's Days celebration Aug. 6, 7 and 8 is a Cut fi line of 10 dancing pretties who Season o^fer precision numbers that sprinkle represent the peak of that phase of dancing art from the stage on the lake for the final program. The 10 eye-filling girls, picked for their beauty as well as their dancing skill, perform with flawless unison. This is the result of long training on the part of each girl and of long weeks of tiring rehearsals in which they mastered the difficult task of. dancing in perfect unison. The line of chorines present breath-taking appearances. Their beauty is enhanced by stunning costumes, changed repeatedly throughout the sparkling production- by striking lighting effects which point up their flawless precision dancing and by a charm- vincing about the good values in fish these days. You'll find the per pound prices on many fish fillets, for instance, among the most reasonable buys listed. Rosefish, often called ocean perch is a good choice right now and these fillets will run about 30 to 35 cents a pound. And there's nary a bit of waste in fish fillets—so you can count on 4 servings from a pound. BAKED FISH FILLETS GRILLED TOMATOES 1 Ib. fillets Salt and pepper Juice of 1 lemon 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped 2 tablespoons fat 2 tomatoes, large Cut fillets in serving-size piece with salt and peppe with lemon juice an erage for a fine summer meal. Or remove the bone from the oup stock and store the soup immediately in the refrigerator to eat up with vegetables for a uick lunch or supper dish. Either vay saves time, money and tern-* ers during hot weather. PLANK LAMB CHOPS Ever wonder about "planked" meats? Use a chopping board to ind out about them for yoursetf. 3roil lamb chops on a board with cooked vegetable. Pipe a border of Duchess potatoes (mashed potatoes into which beaten egg yolk has been mixed) around the edge. Return to broiler until potatoes are brown, chops done. _. r\ Clear Lake Calendar Sunday—Danish Brotherhood and Slster- Louise Elliott, Mason City, treasurer. During the afternoon Ladies of the Decoration held an auction sale and card party. Prizes were won by Mmes. Luella Wheelock, Muriel Galvin and Rose Vvood- ing musical background. Most of the girls in the line have been featured with leading stage musical comedy productions. The summer and early fall months bring a lull in such indoor shows and the dancers, in order to keep their dancing up to top form, ruff Proceeds were $91. eagerly seek casting in such out- Friday evening moving pictures j rioor rjresentations as the elabor- of the I. O. O. F. homes taken at different times were shown, also some juvenile pictures. The DCS Moines Auxiliary put on a play, "Women Will Talk," which was well received. Dancing completed the evening. lias Final Session L. A. P. M. held the final session Friday afternoon when Grand Master A. D. Crawford and Grand Senior Warden J. H. Woodside were introduced. They brought chopped parsley. Dot with fat an bake in a moderate oven (350 de grees F.) for 30 minutes. Place the 2 .tomatoes (cut in half crosswise) on greased baking sheet, sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and bake for 10 minutes. Brown under broiler, if necessary, just before serving. Serves 4. A new "twist" for potatoes is our oven-fried variety. Just coat the slices with fat, put in a greased pan and cook in oven with fish until they're crispy brown. But better turn them occasionally. Baked Rosefish Fillets Grilled Tomatoes Oven-Fried Potatoes Cabbage Salad Fruit Shortcake "What's in a name?" If your grocery ads say "ocean perch,' just remember it's another name for "rosefish." And rosefish may not even be the name you know for this fish. For some call it red perch and hooci lodge picnic, Axel Thomson home, i noon. f Junior Legion baseball, Clear Lake vs. t Rockwell. Lions field. ' Yaclit club sailboat races, City dock, 2:30. Band concert, City park. 3. Des Moines Institute opens, Methodist camp. Graf ton Girl Scouts. P. M. park. Laboratory school opens, Methodist , church, 5:30. Christian Endeavor, Christian church, . 7:30. Monday—Summer music classes continue;high "school, 8:30. Red Crass water safety classes continue, water front, 10. Boys' conference opens, Bishop Morrison lodge. ' Wa-Tnn-Ye club. Lake cafe. 6:45. Junior Chamber of Commerce, Randy's cafe, 7:15; board. C:30. Boy Scout troop 75, Zion Lutheran church parlors. 7:30. Daughters of Union Veterans, Legion hall, 8. Ml. Vernon Township Farm Bureau, Burchinal hall, 8. Odd Fellows lodge. I. O. O. T. hall, 8, Clear Lake and Mason City 40 and 8's, All Veterans Social Center, 8. Piney Woods blind singers, Zion Lutheran church, 8:3TI. Tuesday—Red Cross home Service work- Clear greetings from their departments and each spoke briefly. Brig. Gen. (R) T. M. Woodruff, Brig. uen. William Borg and Captain Howard brought greetings from the Department Council. Mrs. Feme Shadle, past president reported on the international e Globe-Gazette Photo convention held at Winnipeg, RECEIVE DECORATION OF CHIVALRY-(Upper picture). Five men attending t^ <jf o ^ T -»-._ -..i. j- /"i ,;i ^4- TD ~\ff nrtv\r p.io^>- T,r»kp. the nast week, received uie utLoictuuu yj. —]j,. occ thnnk-od nil for Department Council at P. M. park, Clear Lake, the past - - ' ' ceremonies Thursday evening. Left to right, kneeling, aie of K. others call it redfish. By whatever name, it's an excellent food fish with flesh that's firm and rich and agreeable in flavor. Best of all, it's a fish that comes with a moderate price tag. And right now it's plentiful because of large catches. You'll almost always find rosefish or ocean perch sold as fillets. They may be fresh or frozen—so oanneicL, uuu oui. j.v. a. j.iv-io>j»j, ^,^v. ~- , -Ariz., commander of the world, conferred the Qonrirn Sotrpv Sioux City, invisible in the p;c.^— . _i,., T rpK.,,.^ •ture—A long line of women waited for the decoration of chivahy Thm*- BeVtowma the decorations are, left to right, Lt. Col. Foster Elliott, Mason r Gen Fr ff ed Hall, Iowa Falls, a, Maj. Con JR^averid^^ day City Mrs. L. B. Glasgow, of 1113 Franklin Street, Kcokuk, Iowa, .writes: "I began to have trouble with liemmorhoids (simple piles) with the birth of each of my four children, beginning with the first, now 24, and-with the other three, had recurrences of the same trouble. "The first box of SEL-O-PON I took did wonders for me. I took the capsules for three days and began to get relief from the misery of piles. I kept on until I had .finished the box. I hare not been bothered with the pain and trouble of piles •ince." If you suffer from piles try SEL - 0 - PON. Easy-to-take-cap- •ules. Harmless, simple, clean self- treatment. Carry them in purse or pocket. Just swallow with a sip of water—like pills. No more trouble with smelly, greasy medications. SCO QRUG , closing address, thanked all for making her year and the session so successful. Officers Named Lady Fern Shadle and staff installed the following officers: Mrs. Ada Wood, Des Moines, president; Mrs. Ruth Lammert, Waterloo, vice president; Mrs. Doris Diercks, Mason City, secretary; Mrs. Cecil Walker, Iowa Falls, treasurer; Mrs. Leone Stokka, Ames, past president; Mrs. Clara Schaad, Ce- dnr Rapids, chaplain; Mrs. Ethel Franzen, Iowa City, and Mrs. Margaret Hall, Iowa Falls, right and left aides to the president; Mrs. Rose Woodruff, Waterloo, and Mrs. Muriel Galvin, Knoxville, right and left aides to the vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Singer, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. Nadine Wood, Albia, right and left aides to the chaplain, and Mrs. Bonnie Sager, Sioux City, and Mrs. Lavonne Robinson, right and left aides to the past president. Col. and Mrs. R. J. Nelson, Clear Lake, are officers of the guard, Mrs. Sadie Borg, Bonne, color bearer, and Mrs. Ann Vol- guardson, Clinton, sentry. door presentations ate production planned for Governor's Days, Aug. 6, 7 and 8. Catholic Women See ;Town" Movie Lake—The Rev. J. J. Buzynski, pastor of St. Patricks Catholic church, showed some re- they'll be available inland as well ccntly taken moving pictures of ; as on the coast. "Boys Town" for the program of j the Catholic Ladies aid in the church parlors Thursday evening. Roger Claesgens played 3 piano numbers. Mmes. E. R. Boyle and Harry Doyle were named a committee to "investigate the possibility of finding a substitute organist to assist Mrs. Don O'Neill in playing for services and Mmes. J. C. Bra- hcny, Don Stork and Don Pedelty to arrange the purchase of a fan for the church. Mmes. T. J. Farnan, Arnold Lydia, Martha, Ruth Circles Plan Picnics Clear Lake —Lydia circle of the Zion Lutheran Aid met Thursday with Mrs. Clifford Legried. Mrs. Lester Anderson, Miss Bertah Hanson and Mrs. Dora Hansen ,were guests. The Rev. Reuben Mostrom offered prayer and led the Bible lesson. Mrs. Edwin Estergard led devotions. At the business meeting the circle decided to have sales tables at future meetings. Martha circle met at the home of Mrs. Theodore Whitesides, with Mrs. Harold Hansen assisting. Mrs. Mostrom and son, John, and Mrs. Peter Wohlcr were guests. Mrs, John Ashland led devotions r.nd Bible study was conducted by Mrs. Mostrom. Mrs. Claus Carstens, assisted by Mrs. Mel Evans, entertained Ruth circle with Mrs. Charles Peters and Mrs. Harold Baldwin as guests. Mrs. Harold Gustefson led devotions and Mrs. Will Kirch- gattcr the lesson. At the business meeting it was decided to have dollar day in September. All 3 circles will hold picnics nt State park Aug. 19 and Mrs. E. Erickson will entertain, Ruth circle Sept. 10. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP HOLDS SERVICE B. T. S. A. MEETS AT GRIFFITH HOME Clear Lake — B. T. S. A. met at the home of Mrs. Arnold Griffith Thursday evening with Mrs. Ed Nelson assisting. Mrs. Harold Card won high in court whist and Mrs. Newton Thomson consolation. Mrs. James Klinge is hostess Aug. 5 with Mrs. Luther Buss assisting. Mrs. Gaylord Prestholt, Fertile, and Mrs. James Anderson were guests of Double Dozen club at the home of Mrs. Wayne Wolford. , Mrs. Robert Hickok was hostess and the time was spent informal- Mocller. Philip Kirch and Frank Claesgens and Miss lone Kopriva served. The next meting is Aug. '12. if, :'f rk MISSIONARY IS PICNIC GUEST Mrs. A. J. Desterhaft, a missionary to Hong Kong, China, was n guest of Dorcas society of the Gospel Tabernacle church at a picnic for families in City park Thursday evening. Mrs. Hannah Prestholt, assisted by Mrs. Maude Ballantyne, will entertain Aug. 19. PLAN PROGRAM FOR FARM BUREAU Clear Lake—Mrs. Russell Walls, leader, demonstrated making buttonholes for Lake's Ambitious Vestae who met at the home of Patty Huff, Mason City, Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for the program the 4-H clubs will give at City hall Wednesday evening for Lake Township Farm Bureau. The girls will present a play, "The Ghost of a Freshman," and the boys a "Clean Milk" demonstration. The girls planned a picnic at State park for the meeting Aug. 12. UNUSUAL CASSEROLE Hei-e's an idea for a pork-apple casserole: Have pork shouldei steaks boned and rolled. Brown in hot fat, then place in casserole. MEAT SOUPS The smart summer cook is one who keeps her meals cool, ligh and refreshing, yet at the same time inexpensive. Summer soup made with meaty soup bones and fresh garden vegetables are an ap petizing way to do this, suggest Reba Staggs, food authority. If you ask for soup bones fre quently at your meat dealer's, h may begin to have his best ones for you. There is plenty of good meat flavor left on the bones, so they add not only interest but nutrition and filling qualities as well to your meals. Cover the soup bone with water, ndd salt, pepper and herbs if you like, then cover the kettle and cook at simmering heat for about 2 or 3 hours. That allows plenty er, City hall, 1 to 5. Happy Eight Card club. Mrs. O. J ( . Pierce, 705 E. Main street. Ladies' Double C club. City park, 6:30. Loyal Queens 4-H club, Joan Miles home. Clear Lake Township Farm Bureau, City hall, 8. Lincoln Township Farm Bxireau, Wil- !artl FulRhum. Jr., home, 8:30. Vednesday—Women golfers, golf grounds, 9 Lions club, V. F. W. clubvooms, 12:13. Camp Ground Social club, Mrs. Richard Bardsley. W. C. T. U., Mrs. Myrtle Alder, 310 S. 4th street. 2:15. Zion Lutheran aid: Naomi circle, Mrs. Raymond Willis: Hannah circle, Mr^. Wa'lter Sorensen. 115 Clara street; Rachel circle, Mrs. Emil Finer, In church parlors. Yacht club sailboat races, City dock, 3. Bible study, Christian church, 8. Tri-for-Hi Bridge club. Mrs. Keith McGowan at T. A. Hein home, South Lake Township Farm Bureau, City halt, p Union Township Farm Bureau, Lake- , side church, 8. Thursday—Hed Cross home service work. er, City hall, 1 to 5. W. L. A. M. club, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Bayside. ' Rotary club, State park, 4:30. Mothers Study club, Mrs. William Shal- ier, 710 Rich street. Youth Fellowship, Gospel Tabernacle church, 8. Royal Neighbors of America, I. O. O. F. "hall. 8. Friday—Men's supper match, golf ground!, Saturday—Lincoln's Peppy Pals 4-H club, Dorothy and Nancy Juhl. Yacht club sailboat races. City dock, 2:30. Band concert, City park, 8. A famous rug, "The Holy Carpet of the Mosque of Ardebil," now in the South Kensington Museum in London, is valued at more than $500,000. ROTARIANS VISIT CAMP ROOSEVELT Clear Lake—Rotary club met at Camp Roosevelt for dinner with the Boy Scouts Thursday evening. The program consisted of a tour of the camp and inspection of facilities. Next week the club entertains the Lions club at a picnic and ball game at State park. The time is set at 4:30. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE WORK SPECIALIZING IN MOTOR REBUILDING . . . VALVE AND VALVE SEAT RECONDITIONING On AH Types of Tractors, Trucks and Cars. DISTKIDUTOKS FOR TOT,EI>O STEF.I, PRODUCTS COMPANY. MAKERS OF FINE AUTO PARTS BERRY MACHINE Cr MOTOR PARTS 118 South Delaware Avenue Phone 514 AMERICAN HAMMERED RINGS Clear Lake — "Portraits That Iy. Mmes. Ralph McGrady and Preach" was the topic for Youth George Zirbel are the committee _, ., ,. . ,. ,-, , rr i »- for a luncheon m Mason City. Fellowship at the Gospel Taber- R Westco tt is the next nacle church Friday evening. £" t ' f' ' Special musical numbers fitting' nosie!ai> to the subject were interspersed with readings as the portraits PEASE TEAM were shown. Comments and appli- WINS MATCH cations to Christian life followed. Clear Lake —"Cap" Pease and Mrs. Lional Barrett was the read- team won the supper match at the er and Miss Jean Rickard pianist, golf grounds by 4 points Friday mi_ _ i t -. n ^r«m* in r« rt v» r* 1 V\ rt ff rt r\ fYO .«.«•***« lvtr« c" *l rt *• I tl rf H R^ t f\ AR7 r\V I 11 P The entire group sang the songs selected. The lesson was arranged by the Evangelical Free Church Youth Fellowship board. The group meets again Thursday evening. evening, scoring 853 to 857 by the James Buck team. About 40 men played. Another match will be held next Friday. The championship tournament is now t p om- pleting the 3rd round. Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD. ZACK BROS. ELECTRIC CO. 302 Second S. W. Phone 977 PUBLIC AUCTION Five Room Cortege Belonging To The Late Will Upmeyer in Clear Lake Camp Meeting Association Grounds, Clear Lake, Iowa To be Held July 21, 1948, at 2:00 P. M. Lot is Located About 1 Block North of Motel. Terms of Sate: Cash, 20 per cent on day of sale, balance payable on or before September 1, 1948; possession immediately; property to be sold free and clear of incumbrance, with all taxes for 1947 and prior years paid; abstract to be furnished showinr merchantable title. Cottage has full basement, natural ras, city water, and electricity. Heirs of Will Upmeyer, Deceased

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